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To JUNIUS AMERICANUS. WITH great deference, Sir, I beg leave to older ve that you were a little too haiiy in censuring governor Gage, when you intimated that he, in his proclamation, made a confefiion at the expcnce of his undcrlland ing. The mind of man is capable of im provement, and one ad is not always fuffici ent to denominate a man wife or otherwise. To evince the jullnefs cf my reproof, I beg you to attend.to the answer, which that wor thy gentleman Rave to the committee of the county of Suffolk, in which he intimates that he had not iortthed the entrance into Bolton any more than nature hao fortified it, and it is a well known fail, that at the fame time there were by laid governor’s order, a number of great guns on Bolton neck which have all the° properties and qualities of call iron. Now if that gentleman’s aflerdon be true (and that char ty which hopeth ad things forbids me to doubt it) then those cannon mull be a“natural production : finely a genius capable of mak ing such a curious dikovery in natural philu fophy, ought not, by any means, to be tra duced, but rather co be encouraged, and en rolled among the molt worthy members of the philofoplncal society; for, from, the fame source and fountain of liberal and genetous principles, 1 expect loon co fee the public fa voured with a dilcoveryof the natural produc tion of iron pots and kettles; by which the great expence of furnaces will be laved. Thus, Q Americans, that which was designed for your ruin, is like to turn to your advantage; therefore you have no reason to despair, while you fee all dungs working together for your good, TERT I US CATO. From the Pr»* nsylvan I a Journal. /Hijidd jamdudum invaderc magnum agitat miii. ——— Vx*c il. IN the examination of political qreftions, few mmds are fuffickntiy e .Urged to extend their reasonings beyond very limited bounds; the habit, acquired by thinking in a particular manner, too frequently opcrater, when we arc necellitated to behold ebjefts in a new point of view. Wil ling to reconcile every thing to our old prejudices, we re kdtmtly imbracc fentimenca, however obvious, that (hike at the root of former ideas. 1 have been led into this train of thinking, by the endeavours, of some of our late eflayifts in politics, to inforce, with the unbounded piety of filial veneration, the duty these colon.es owe the mother country. A dudrine which seems to be as flrenurully in sisted en now, as that of paflive obedience was ioimtily, and perhaps for fimjar purposes. - While Britain wat anxinufly careful to cherilh and pro test the infant flats of these countries; while the greatest number of their inhabitants were natives of that ifl.ind ; sentiments, proper to their situation, weie naturally adopt ed.—Gratitude confpiied with the love, which even ablence from a native place heightened, to give the teudereft appel lation to the conn dion fubfiftirg between them.—Even the pride, arising from die importance, we received from that conuettioo, (weak at we dien were) .ontnbuted to conlblidate it. '1 bat pride has put the mull favourable eonftrudbon on the condufi of Britain —Plealed with her notice, unfufpkious of her deflgnt, we wre warm in our acknowledgments,,ai}d while the tide of eftftion ran high, admitted, perhaps unopposed, what ibennw aflumes as the undouoted precedent of her superiority.— If after these advantages taken of our infant ignorance, we ftih mull look upon her in the fame venerable light: It is going too far to oblige us to confidsr her as a Roman patent, —to give her a power over our lives and fortunes, and to hold us in a state of perpetual minority.-r Her own n.oie equal laws have taught us. The yean of pupillage patt, to be under no other reftrifti-w, than what ante fr mcon vision, that we are really her ofispiing, by her continu'd atL of benevolent care.—Some indeed from he: late cobdud, throwing aside the former allusion, have been induced to compare her, to a nation of Cannibals, who fired with the folicitude of care their captives, only to enj y a more plentiful meal in the end. Perhaps a n tr<>f eti of tha’ cond-d might afford some foundation for the idea. The esgernef* <4 approbation, with which they received Mr. Greenville's feheme* of taxation; the frenzy of rage with which they were feitad on hearing of our attempts to dis appoint late fimihr meafurcs, fufikiently display the motives of thei. so often bdafled protection. Like letche.s, that have long beheld enamoured the ripening charms of beauty educated with costly care, for the purpoles of lull, if, by un expefted good fortune, it triumphs over their attempts they exclaim ageinft the fin of ingratitude and call on heav. n and eaith to pumfh the tflcnJer—Not awaie, ami-ift the rare of difippointed p dims.— That they only ata the ob jeth of merited vengeance. It is idle to maintain that these are not the gene al feati mentsof that pevple.—l will allow, that ambitjius indi viduals, devoted to the will of a matter, principled indefpo tunr, by the furious d. fceadant from a race of tyrants, firfl prompted aft*, which by creating new emalumeots, for nu merous dependants, miyht eflablifh, on a more extended basis, their power in the empire. But be affixed, that tlie opinion of the people so tar coinftded with their own, as to enable them, under the veil of that very popularity, to con ceal the real tendency of their art: ary designs. 'I hat people may be now compared to desperate debtexs, who gladly ap ply the intrufted fortunes of their children, to extricate themselves from mifen-t consequent of their own impru dence, ard then to vindicate the seizure, drew up a long item o* expence for nurture anu education.—But nut to carry on a companion airead. too trite, let us recur—not to the principles ofconftitutional law, for that speaks aloud in our favour, riot to religion, for its most admired precept is, « to du unt* others as ye would they Ihaulu do unto you” but to tlie real source of our present alarms—the right which unteflrsmed mankind cohcftivfly, or individually ailun.es of throwing its own burdens on the fhoulder* of its neigh bour,—TheraWs may seek other causes in the unbonded regions of polit cal difaulfitioa, perplexing the underftancing where the paflions only are interested.—But kt us nut imagine that fine spun arguments are to determine our dilutes- The loud voice of ir.tereft, filerices reafon** calmer diftates. And unlcfs we bring over the one, our eff >rts with the other are fruitiefs. Our prefont resolutions pejpuly may be fuc ceffu). What remains kt us. ftouid they not have the defi ed effefts ? Where the miftakea Charles violated the rights of a high people, they found a resource in their own magnanimity.—Their weaker posterity, unable to cope wife the power of the ion, looked abroad for a-B-ance.— Nor barked in vain.—’Thofe who are fa fond of remind ing us of our duty, will furcly not deny us the benefit of . . example, as well as prerept. Where ftail we look for it vntn grease, uropriety, than in the history cf these p 'rerrtt. Which then fosll we imitate the generous ardor of the one, or the cautious prudence of the othe*'—ln medio tutifli mesibss: Has been ah adage approved of by all ages, or to paraph, aie it by a vulgar exnreflion, both is heft. Where the liberties oi m l.ion* are defending, I laugh at the nicety •f marai iutracaons—lf Sydney with the avniVM enemiro ma eMiim, n w«* ro save (hat country from direatned impending ruin. T HEMISTOCLES. For the MASSACHUSETTS SPY. V'ynoutbt Odlobfr 1774’ ON Tuefiiay the fourth iaiLnc, there was a great confluence of people in this town, to prevent the fitting of the court, in imitation of the example of other counties, it being ex pedient and neccffary at this critical conjunc ture, to maintain a mnilarity of sentiment, and uniformity of adion. The affairs, rdpedmg the declaration of the juilices, recantation of addrefling, &c. were managed by the delegates of the county convention. who incurred universal opprobrium, by protesting fall winter, to mollify the resentment, and re gain the (miles of the populace, produced the following humiliating recantation ; thr.e of the lower moll in tins lilt, fubferibed before the body ot the peeple, under the pole, lately creded in honour to the Goddess Liberty. “ We the fubferibers, having in December lait, injudicioully signed a proteil, againit the proceedings, not only of this town and pro vince, but of the whole continent, which has refleded great dilhonour on our names and cliaraders, and wounded the intereff of our country, candidly acknowledge, said protelt had a dired tendency to defeat the mcafures, dictated by the united wisdom of the colonies, to remove grievances intolerable : And the influence and operation of it have been so ex tensively mifehievous, as might jurtly have routed our f llow-ciuzens to vengeance,—and with gratitude we leturn this tribute of thanks <or the indulgence and lenity, which have been exercised towards us. “ Certain exprdiions in the proteil might na turally induce an attentive reader to suppose, that unacquainted with the true-origin of ma jelly and civil authority, we had ignorantly miitaken the image for the reality ; while we courted thefinilcsof mcn,(becaufedoathcd with the pageantry cf Hate) who were aiming their daggers at the vital# of the constitution. ° To atone, therefore, in some mcafarc, for our pall pernicious principles and conduft,and conciliate the forfeited afiechons of our fellow citizens, we folcmidy engage, as men of reli gion and veracity, forever hereafter todifclaim the right of legifladon in the British parliament, chat we will neither accept of, nor execute any oflice, derived from an authority it may won tonly assume ; but to the uimoll of our power will oppofc all its ufurpaiion, such as its 1 ite acts, in regard to this province,—will co-ope rate with our countrymen in every laudato opposition, and be ready at all times, to free every consideration in defence of theLon dicunonal privileges and immunities of rica. “ Thomas Matthews, Cornelius White, Gideon White, Thomas Fuller, tertius, Lemuel God dard, Ichabod Shaw, John Thomas, William Trcnholin. John Wat lon, Isaac Le Baron, Elkanah Culhman, George Watson, Samuel Harlow, James Hovey, Thomas Fuller,Edward Winflow,Benham Window.” Commuters wcreihofcn in each town in the province, to requefl the military officers, to re iign their rcfpedlivc commilfions, as it was deemed incongruous aud absurd, for a man, who profefitd sentiments of affection and re gard for the tranquility ai.d happiness of the province, to fuflain such a comnuflion, under a Captain-General, who is maxing warlike pre parations againll it, and (for aught that ap j»eai« to the contrary) may soon commence hoflilitic# and ofienfive operations. Colonel Watson and Major Window have promilcd to resign their connnifliuns accord ingly. For the MASSACH U$E TT S SPY. Mr. Thomas, Plea ft t» give tbit » plate in your next Spy. AG R L A bL E tu what Wat recan.menu d by the county convention, held at Woruefter, the 2lit day of September last, the comtniflion UE.ert if the fi cund re giment in said county, c nvened and met at OxtbU, the sth day of G&obrr current. First chuofe Capt. Ebmezrr Craft, Chairman for said it. eting. Secondly. Choose Capt. Timothy Sibley, Clerk. 1 hird.'y. Vo.ed to choose a Colonri, Lieutenant-Coionel and two Majors, to serve as field < fs<eis for Gid regiment. Fourthly. Made clioice of Capt. Ebenezer Laniard, us Ox ford, Chief Colonel. Fif.hly. Chuc.fi: Captain Tim .thy Sibley, ot Sutton, Lieut. Col nd. Cthk. Cliuulc Ca;U Daniel Plimpton, of Sturbridge, First Majas. ythly. Choose Enlign William Larr.std, of Dudley, S-.cond Major. Sthly. Me tro, That the Field Ofhcets ihoud appoint an Adjutant fi>r Gid regiment ; and Gid office.* appointed Mr. Amariali Picrton, of Sutton, Adjutant for fiaid regiment. 9thly. Vutxo, That the abne proceeding* fliou’d be in- Irrted in tlie public news-paper. icthly. Vmic, the thank* be returned to Mr. Chairman, for hit good perfor mance. A ufl. TIM OTH Y SIBLE Y, Clerk. For the MASSACHUSETTS SPY. Mr. Thomas, The mes) unhappy ciriumfljntet a perfun can be in, it to be Jo situated be cun hardly aft so at to approve of bu om conduit. Lord Littlxtonv THIS i* the unhappy situation of General —, and all tlie gentlemen in the army and navy, who are employed in the inluman expedition againll the liberties of Ameiie*. They knowttieir employment is infarmut, but their tommifftent are at stake, and it requires Hern virtue to make a facrifice of them to liberty and honour. Such a Gcrifke 1 trust many wll make rather than draw their sword, in the bellifh eattfe cf tyranny.— —Even common soldiers, have foul* too great to be made the tool* of infernal tyrant*, in shedding the noble blood of f eenten. The colonies have ever been remarkable fx their affi-Aiun and politenef* to British troop in former time*, when they were font to America with a good Jefign, butfince they have been employed to plunder and eniLve the people, shey can* not treat them a* their fie •’dr; but so generau i* the spirit of freedom, that the troops are ytt treated with much grea ter kirdoefe than they could rc.fionably expert, fence they arc the inflruments, though not the eaufe, of opprefeion. The moment oppreflian ceases, they will be regarded as our brethren ; and when they join in foppert of liberty, they will be intitled to all the bleifengs of it. Ai! aft* h#«ej»fily rahked th* to.J nftymMy, Am.'np the bbcxcit aid molt hated chsttatV”, the :ne!t odious and unpardonable viihme, Rnd they are I -id up as tl c . bjr-CL of univerfai and eternal e»e< ra;iur>.—T bni what pct’ f.rd lca>ti thole monfret* mutt have, wtio nona afj.Ji ncturtuny in deltruyirg the libwtie* ot Aiu-rn.* ’ They not 01 h in jure America, but the whole nation, and fin again/i it mtn nature by dcitroy,i g the barriers <4 i. -tviun in to great a part ot the world, if tire gofpcl oid not gar us an idea ot the extent of divine mercy, we with propriety alk. Car. /ieavettftrgine sucM ca im i a ?—lt is matter of a iuijilh ment to a generous mind, that any being tn human form, can aft so mean, (o iaf.y so dtabcii<al a patt '—But th,* tones to brighten the o>adcm of liberty, to heighten the glory of Freedom, and to immortalue her funs. TLe fir'd ot tame, now open* wide before ms, and he tl.at nobly aft; in Cbia important day, fhd) be reroided in her fueinii temples ; and the hteft ton* that breathe the air ct tongues that lorma found ihalt ipeak bitgraife. —lla n ok s arije! “Shew you hive the virtue tobe moved," when freedom calls, join tofopputt her glorious cause, aud lire in amity and love withy out and her bell friends, Bat run Americans. SOLOMQN, jun. Thursday, odoberzj. BOSTON. It is laid am embargo was hid in Leland, on all lalt proviliun , go,ng lor the Spanilh and French Weft Indies. And that the Duke de kuoilcl is now etinblilhed a* Prime Miniftei in France. 3 uefilay bc>ng the anniversary cf his Majefey’s ae'rfT.on to the throne, the lame watobfened here, by the fitii g from the Men of War, Caftic William, fee. I uelrhy last, the town met according to a.lj'>urnmenf, and having finiihed the bufinefe then before them, ad journed to TuefJay next. The nth instant was ordained at Stow, Mr. Jonathan Newell, colleague prflor with the Rev. John Gardner of the chuich of Christ in that town. Ext rail of a paragraph of a letter from a gentleman in Lendon, to bit friend in Nnv-Tork. “ In reply to your paragraph rctpefting the cunduft of Philadelphia, and your city, in regard to the tea ftlips ; 1 have not heard that administration has raft the least reflec tion on either of the above-mentioned provinces or their conduft therein. Boston is the present objeft of their re lentment, and should they succeed therein, every other pro vince will have their refentinent in course, a$ opportunity ofler*.” T he paragraph, publilhed in our last relative to an aff.ay in Cornhill, which are informed gave disgust to two gen tlenten who took it to themfilves, was sent us by a gen tie.nan of the navy, withan earnctl drfire or' publication, as it might du some tome good, and no harm. The Printer was quite ignu>antof the parties, and knew not whe tLci the dukrence happeneo*f.ft week or lift year. We hear that on Satuiday lull, as Mr. Thomas Giay, of this town, merchant, was returning from Plimouth, hi. carriage by some means oveifrt at Hingham, by wh.ch ac cident, one ot hi* leg* was broken, and he othciwiic much biuifed. Salim, Qelder 25. It was currently said, and gene, rally believed at Briftul, the day before Capt. Tyler failed, that a war would very flwrtly commence between Spain and Portugal. Account* of the American Proceeding* are very particu larly pubiiftied in the Englifli paper*. Capt. Thomas Palmer, of Portsmouth, came paflengei -witbCapt. Tyler from Bnftol. ' ' atcounuin the Er.gl sh paper* of any more ordered to America- Vp Jaturday the dwelling house of Aaron Wood, Esq; was confirmed by fire, tugetuer with part of -fiWTwufhold-furniture. At a Meeting of the following commiflioned Officers of the fiift Regiment in Efiex (under th*crma.tr.d ofWUlram Browne, Ltq;J held at Danvers, in laid county, the tuw.lh dayafOftvber, 1774. vic. William Putnam, Ephraim Fuller, Enoch Putnam, Willum Pickman, Satauel Gardner, Samue' Eppes, Brnp Waid, tc;Uui, Chrilli.Ofgoud, John Hathuine, Caleb Low, William Brown, Samuel King, J«feyh Gowen, Ezekiel Mi fn, fohn D'dge, Samuel Flagg, Nath. Sharman James Bancroft, Jeremiah Page, Robert Fuller, Amos Curtis, Ebenezer I’rofter, Elias Endicott. V'ted unanimoujly, That they resign thtir Commulion* as Officer* in said regiment, and they du hereby declare tbeir icfignation thereof. N. B. The above Vute pafli J in consequence of the Gid Colonel Browne's refuting to rclign his feat at the Gounod Board. OHder to. l aft Tucfday departed this life, in the Szd, year of his age, M ijor Joseph Willard, and on this day hi. remain* were decently intereu. T hi* gentleman was bom of reputable pareni; : li s grandfither, Major Simon Wil lard, was the firft Willard tha’ brought hi. family into this Country. He wa* one of the fiift proprietor*and fettle er> of this puce. Few people have left behind them a Let ter moral char after ; eminent for his piety, e-rly in hi* piofedion, unfo.ken in hl* tai h, steady in hit pi vat- devo tion, and a condant attendant ox divine worfb p. Ncture had olelled him with a hde conitituuon which h« aflidu oufly cultivated and preferred rill about four or five Drouth* part, when ha wa» feiaed with the aftbma ; ytt he wa* nut confined to his dumber till about a month before his c» t. He retained hit leaf >n to the last. He left the wife of Lib youth, to m< urn the i> Is of an ufirftiui.ate and lov ng hud band, aud his children the lots of a tender and kind lather. His offspring were 12 children, 80 grand children, 23 great grand children, and one child of the fifth generation. Lucejhr, QElder 24. Ytftcrday n.orning Col. 'I hemas Denny, departed thi* life, after a ihort illnelt, in rhe 50. h year of his age, he represented this town with the diftrifts ot Spencer and Paxton, for federal year* part in the General Court, ana was Colonel of the firft reg men t of militia in the county Of Woiceftrr, hi* benevolent dlfpvfit on arid fi-m at tachmen* to his country * cat.fe, endeared him to h * friend* and acquaintance, and rendered hi* death a public lol*. NtwrOßT, Qdobcr 17. Last Tl.urlday even.ng, 9 m’mu'e* part 70 dock, mean time, «c Lao a pretty sen sible fh'xk of an earthquake. Ncw-Havzn, Offuler xt. Colony of CONNE CT 1C CT, Qflder 20, 1774. In the House id RrmusTAi ives. RESOLVED unanimously, that c->ntriLutiont from all the town* is thia colony for Supplying the neuffiti.*, and allcviaring the diiirWfi * of our brethren at Boston, ought to be continued, in fach manner aid Io long a* their occafiun* may require. Test. RrcNAtn Law, Clerk. At an .djuuined town-meeting held in thia tuwn, GA Tuelday, a number of peif<» t w<re appointed to receive tubfcrip'io"* tor the relief of the nccrlLuu* inhabitant* of" the town of Bufton. N«w-Yoar, Vfliler >O. We hea- from Virginia, that the tight Hon. the Earl of Dunmore ha* conduded • peace with tire trioe of Delaware Ind an*, and parchafed from them 'heir land*, which they are speedily to evacuate, and that they have given the ftrooge<‘ aflurance* that they will never mure t-kc up tne hatebe’ against the Englifo. MISSING. A CAS K of Nails, marked SC. No. 7. on one Head, and P. o.i the other, brought in tle Ship Hayley, J- Scott, from London. It i* foppoied to be taken away by M’ftake, by tome of the 1 rucks from Capt. Peal*’* Store, at Salem. Any Perlon having it in Po'lefli m, re desired togrve Notice to Mr. SAaicai Cv«- v«w, of Salem, to whom the Case betongs. *.* b'retra! n-ritfen tttef. gn l.wf Jerf n !' t Printer, tv wrT» bint tj tutcncef bint, and adx"ftxg Lim it “ tube cart if him t!f, ’ fir nvhicb the J\nttf rtturni Kit tntnkt to tit it nit. civ n ctetbari, and in parttcnlor to tbt gtttu tl man yent him tie jcilwing Lard, ijx,. “ Di ah Sir, “ A S I would not chufe to l>c an evidence or meddle with matters in tnefe troubkforre times, 1 fltall avoid putting my name, Ic n ly mean thre as a caution to my isitnd, to guard againit three rakals that 1 am U>ld arc employed, and are waiting to do you a mil chiet, theicfore takecare of yoiu fclf after dark. “ Your fmcere riiend. “ To Mr. Isaiah Thoma#, Panter.” 7be Ifintfr u not of any ajffrctt gticn ’by him, to any fcrytn tn bit pubitcaitont, and tn bnprivattJlatiott, ben certain, ti'cre it not a .man breathin ’ whim be bat Offended, cr nvoulJ knowingly cjfittd, unlejt f rove bed i hereto by t ” grtateji ill-treatment ; If an attempt Jbould be made to ajyajfnate bim, he vo!d no d alt be JujH* fad Lt J oil.wing the advice cj Lit Jriendt, to taking raopb ac a k e— to dj, nd iimjeif. Ncnu in the Pnjt, andjbeedily will be THOMAS’* NEW-ciNGLAND . At M A N AC K, OR TH* MASSACHUSETTS CALENDER, For the Year oi our Loidt hi ft, >77s. C int.iin ng every Thi' g uteiul and necclfeiy m zn Alma n.rek, and Icve.al other Matter* curiour and entertaining. By PHILOMATHS. Io "•! rdgrfl die Ttvin and Countrymen, YV'HEREAS I am so unhappy as to ’ ’ have inadvertently given (occafiun oi ) Offence* by fublitibfog (with divan odiera, Inf. b.tantvnf Marble head) on Adarth to the late Governor liutchinfon, on hrs leavmg thi* Province, wh.iL 1 did Suddenly, and not lufti ciendy attending to ix Impropriety .rnd Tendency, Lut with out liwention ot affronting any individual thereby, or of wounuing the Coartitutiun of rny Country, the Rights ard Libertiea whereof 1 e.'lecm it rveiy <>ne’» Duty to ytcicrva and mamtai , by ail proper, laudable and lawful Means. 1 am now lenfibie tn.it my ligning the Gid AddreS* was altogether improper and imprudent, and, the'■lure, am really forty 1 ever signed it, and hope 1 Sia ill be favoured with the reonied bticndlh.p and R -gird of tn; Tow । and Countrymen. ISAAC MANSFIELD. M-ibleimd, OHoher to, *774. New Audi ion-Room, Dock-Square. TO-MQRKUW Morning, at T £ N o'CiMk, Wid be told by Publ c Vendue, At HUNTER* A fti m-Room, Lately itn, roved as a Store, by Mt. Thoma* Wallit, A GREAT Variety of Goods. Amon a '| which are, Fiual-Ciutb*, Ratu ent, Cuat ingi, Ba zet, Cambtetcer t, Tammie*, Durant*, Velvet*, Br-eche* Pattern*, Wutiied Hole and Mitt*, 3 4th*. 7 Sihs, and ya d wide infh Liimena, Garlix, Dowlat, Check*, flc.pc* HulLnd., fliwend and plain Lawn*, Imntn ana Renting Handkctch est, Mi de*, SutitM, Txftatiet, Sewing Silk*, Women’* Stay* ; slid * Quantity of Hard.W-.g Good*, toe. On, Wm. Huntie, Auftn.neer. To th* PUBLIC. AS the l imes arc threatening, it be hov«« one and all, to go into the meft fr. gal Method* to encourage our own Manufufturet, and a* thcie ia a great Confomption of Glove* in thi* large Country, we can ms nut iftuie enough here, to Gppiy the whole Continent,which will ernptoy our own people, and keep a large Sum of Money here, which i* annually lent to England for Ctovot, and whuh are better aud cheaper than can be imported from England ; it it hoped therefore, that ail true Pauiow will encourage il. 1 hefe may certify, that PHILIP FREEMAN, will Supply chanu rod ShMkoapen,with th* Sort* following, vi*. Buck-Skin Glove*, Norway Doe, ditto Purple, ditto Cl Hit-C Jour, ditto her ditto, and Mr-ck-Beaver da 10, at the most reafoiuble at the BtCt Giova, ii Union-Street, facing .he Sign oi tiw Curt;fold., near the Dock, BotToX- Tbit Day ivnl puflO ed, And tv be S O I. D By MILLS and HICKS, Ptinrer*, in Sch.oL fleet, BOS T O N, BICKERSTAFF’s BOSTON ALMANACK, for the Year of our Re. demption 1775 j Einbclalhcd with Cut*, vis. A fi re Reprefcr.tauun oi a Niw-Zvalan* WARRiOR, .—'lwo NaTivis of Niw-Hollald advancing to Combat.—-'1 he Anatomy of Ma*’* Body, a* #v wrned by the Twelve Conllellatton#. • • ‘I Lit mud rjt< m:d Amanaib len'atrt, If de 1 ibt usual /Iftwnicd CalculaiMn, a Id or ify of ujifuh er tcrtatnine, biftori oi Matter i ord the Suift erue of tbe FIR (T CHre R I’ER g< ui.ted to ibt ProviM oj IbLf- J.ichufait-Bay. 'Till Day Pubhjhed, And to be Sold by Johm KvritA*D in Milk-ftrcet, LO W’s ALMANACK for the Year 177 Ornamented with a large rord eleranr Engraving, rtprefenttn the via tvov* PATRIO 1 et the Hour »t Death. Alft., a Type of the Lunar tclipie of August 12. It Contain'., b- iiuc* every thmg rreceftary in an Aireanack, a tong and fympithenc Addrel* iu tf* *0 habitant*of Boftun, with fewtal other Piece* of bpeculati. mi, v Inch t'-nd to render it nut only alcful, tut entertat mg. To-Morrow will be publtilred, TH E Royal American Magazine, for September* 1774. Printed and fold by J. Ga r r NLr ar, near the Cor.Jult. RA N away from Newbury-Port, a Negro Man, named Charlestown, about £ro Feet fix Incite* hgh ; bad on a blue |«<kcr, ano D tnl Breeches, Bilk a Cap, a very black rel ow, one or hi* Finger* made crook'd and ft.ft by Meec.t of ahe lm. W h.» ever fecure* him, to that J may have lorn -g .in, fi II have SIX DOLLARS Reward, and ail t«.ccflirv ChMges paid. JQESPHLEATHE RS., To be SOLD, A FARM in Shutdbury, containing about 137 Acre* of chore* Lard, 40 Acres oi it a tlie bast of Land fee pi 'wing. About 50 Pe n rbat will ma!re the best for Mowing, *H well watered. A low House with a Cellar under th* whole wa’ly Scored, lb* Chimney i> let on an ateh. Thre- roc-m* with Fire Places, bes. Jes • Eed-Ro-m- A pretty yoan fc Orchard that rr?de a few Batreii c-f Cider IJI Yea.. Aouut etg'.t Ades «jf the Gid place plamed with Corn, aud f.arcd with t'-sm this Year, and so-r Acr« mure derteo and lowed thi* Fall with otlrer Seed*. A lew Loads of Hoy were ca# there this Year, and Part-ring fa a few Canfe. ano Whole may be |jl now for about £.i*co Old Tenre. Apyy to jEDvTHEN BALDWIN*OI